شجر shajar, shijar
A شجر shajar, shijar, v.n. fr. شجر 'to be intricate,' &c.), s.m. = A شجرة shajarat, shijarat (n. of un.fr. shajar, &c.), s.f. = P شجره shajara, shijara, vulg.shajra, &c. (for A. shajarat, &c.), s.m. A tree, plant, shrub, &c.:—shajara, or shajra, s.m. A genealogical tree; a map in which fields are marked out; a sketch, &c. in a field-book (in surveying):—shajar-nāma, s.m. A genealogical table of saints or holy predecessors given to disciples; a genealogical tree:—shajaratuʼl-ḥukm, s.f. The tree of judgment (a fabulous tree which is said to have given unerring decisions on knotty points of dispute):—shajara-ě-ansāb, s.m. A genealogical tree:—shijra-qulla, s.m. Pots and pans.